Park it like Beckham! Brooklyn, 17, is red faced as his £37,615 Mercedes C-class receives its FOURTH parking ticket in just two months
Brooklyn Beckham was left red faced on Monday afternoon after receiving his fourth parking ticket in two months.
The teenager was seen retrieving the familiar looking ticket from the windscreen of his £37,615 Mercedes C-class following a day out with friends in north London.
The ticket is Brooklyn's fourth in total and his second in little more than a month after parking in the same leafy suburb.
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Recurring theme: Brooklyn Beckham was left red faced on Monday afternoon after receiving his fourth parking ticket in two months
The 17-year old looked sheepish as he collected the ticket after returning to the pricey vehicle with two pals.
Brooklyn later sent a hasty text message while idling on the pavement in a casual leather jacket and skinny jeans.
The incident is familiar territory for David and Victoria Beckham's oldest child, who collected his first ticket in October.
Awkward: The 17-year old looked sheepish as he collected the ticket after returning to his £37,615 Mercedes C-class with pals
This looks familiar: The incident is familiar territory for David and Victoria Beckham's oldest child, who has racked up a series of parking tickets since October
Here we go again: The latest ticket is Brooklyn's fourth in little more than two months
On that occasion the aspiring photographer, who owns a string of cars, collected a ticket after returning to his Mercedes Coupe.
A second fine was awarded on November 15 after he incorrectly parked in a similarfashion.
Just days later Brooklyn's good fortune once again deserted him as he returned from lunch with friends to find he'd been given his third parking ticket.
Oh dear: Brooklyn was greeted by the familiar looking yellow ticket following his latest outing
Not again: The teenager didn't look too pleased after discovering he'd been hit with yet another fine
What will dad say? Brooklyn appeared to be a little ruffled by his latest run in with London's parking attendants
Getting the message: The teen sent a hasty text as he idled on the pavement
Brushing it off: Brooklyn was joined by a group of friends during his latest appearance in north London
Along with his £37,615 Mercedes C-class, car-mad Brooklyn has also been spotted driving a flashy £35,000 Jeep and Mercedes-Benz GL 63 AMG, worth a cool £102,350.
The youngster passed his driving test back in July, with both his parents taking him out for practice drives beforehand.
But he almost flouted the rules before passing his test after parking his Mercedes C-in a suspended parking bay.
Previously: The aspiring photographer, who owns a string of cars, collected his first ticket after returning to his Mercedes Coupe in October
Second strike: A second fine was awarded on November 15 after he incorrectly parked in a similar area
Third time unlucky: Just days later Brooklyn's good fortune once again deserted him as he returned from lunch with friends to find he'd been given his third parking ticket
Steady on: He almost flouted the rules before passing his test after parking his Mercedes C-class in a suspended parking bay
The teenager looked relaxed as he strolled to his car in Kensington, despite the fact his careless parking could have landed him with a £130 fine.
In May he was spotted taking lessons in the same car without L plates fixed to both the front and back of his car.
Brooklyn had opted for just one L-plate on the vehicle, which can do 0-62mph in 6.7 seconds, despite having used two plates on cheaper models he had taken lessons in.
Let's go: Brooklyn cut a casual figure as he climbed into the driver's seat of his Mercedes on Monday
Three's company: The teenager was in high spirits as he strolled with pals prior to picking up his latest ticket
Side by side: A dark haired female accompanied Brooklyn as he stepped out in London
New driver: The youngster passed his driving test back in July, with both his parents taking him out for practice drives beforehand
Plenty to talk about: Brooklyn was engaged in an animated conversation with his group
By breaching the Highway Code he could have landed himself with points on his licence before he had even passed his test. But it seems the aspiring photographer is still just as laid back about taking on London’s roads.
The grey coupe, registered in London in April, is believed to be his first car, bought by his parents – who boast a combined fortune of £280million.
A spokesman for Go Compare said Beckham would be paying around £7,500 a year for insurance, with the cost being pushed up because driving around his famous parents would be classed as carrying a ‘high value cargo’.
Smoke break: The teenager's female friend puffed on a cigarette while chatting to the celebrity teenager
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